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[19.01] Spectral Properties of a Nitrate-Bearing Halite Rock from ...
This halite rock was collected in the cold and dry Chilean desert and is inhabited by bacteria. We broke open the rock and selected several fresh chips for ...
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[15.03] The Obliquities of the Giant Planets
Jupiter has by far the smallest obliquity (~3o) of the planets (not counting tidally de-spun Mercury and Venus) which may be reflective of its formation by ...
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[38.05] Kinematics of the Ionized Gas Halo of NGC 5775
These data then provide the first substantial information on halo rotation ... disk to halo, and the radial redistribution of gas through disk-halo cycling. ...
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[6.11] Supernova Gamma-Ray Tools Online
To aid this effort, we have developed online tools for the calculation and display of gamma-ray spectra of supernova models. The user can choose among a ...
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[37.04] Multiwavelength Observations of the Quasar Jet in PKS 1030-357
[37.04] Multiwavelength Observations of the Quasar Jet in PKS 1030-357. J. M. Gelbord, H. L. Marshall (MIT Kavli Inst.), S. G. Jorstad, A. P. Marscher ...
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Current Events | American Astronomical Society
Current Event Links: Astronomical League - Astronomical Leagues Weekly ... largest, most sensitive infrared picture ever taken of our Milky Way," said Sean ...
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[78.23] Near-UV Spectra of Narrow-Line Quasars from the SDSS
We present an analysis of the near-UV spectra of ~900 narrow-line quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. The sample was choosen from quasars with ...
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identifying fossil symbiotic novae
[65.03] identifying fossil symbiotic novae. B. M. Lewis (Arecibo Obs.) The densest O-rich circumstellar shells with the 9.7 micron silicate line in strong ...
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[15.02] High-Performance Wireless Internet Connection to Mount ...
P.B. Etzel (SDSU), H.-W. Braun (UCSD/SDSC). A 45 Mbit/sec full-duplex wireless Internet backbone is now under construction that will connect SDSU's Mount ...
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[18.02] Radio/Optical Study of Extreme GPS and Rising-Spectrum Sources
These extreme GPS and rising-spectrum sources are expected to have high density cores that exhibit synchrotron self-absorption, and are therefore likely to ...
 
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